X-ray images of women in corsets..so what's the big deal? I mean a skinny waist is the only way to be happy. duh. (DUH. sheesh. corsets. MALE-created devise fer sure.) Training Corsets, Woman Wear, Corsets Xray, Xray Image, Corsets 1908, Medical History, X Ray, Wear Corsets, Style Fashion
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Corset Date: ca. 1908 Culture: French [label] "7.50, Made in France, Véritable Baleine, Brévété S.G.D.G., Best Whalebone THE PARIS, Made in France, expressly or C.F. Hovey and Co., Boston." [stamped on bone lining of corset]; "Corset de Paris" [paper label].
X-Ray images of women wearing corsets from the second volume of the French doctor Ludovic O’Followell’s Le Corset (1908). Although Dr O’Followell was clearly keen to show the damaging impact of corsets on women’s health, he did not actually want the corset to be abolished, but was simply trying to encourage a less severe design. Dr O’Followell in fact continued to write a regular column for the deluxe corsetier’s magazine Les Dessous Elégance. | The Public Domain Review